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Thread: Video on how to make a rag quilt - very easy

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    Video on how to make a rag quilt - very easy


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    What a super video. I'm a visual learner and she makes everything so simple to follow plus you don't have the added expense of batting, love it. Thanks for posting this link.

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    I am going to make one. Debating on buying a accuquilt die or just start cutting. I have Dr. Suess Christmas material that would be perfect .

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    Love the video! And as always, my attention gets diverted with all of the other neat video links by it.

    Thanks for the link!

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    Love it, think I will try to make one. Looks easy and would be great for babys or just to throw over on cool evenings. Thanks for the site.
    Life is SEW great!!!!!!

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    I found the rag quilt 8 1/2 inch square die for the Go cutter for on Amazon for 33.00 plus free shipping - just ordered it..I was debating but I think I really will like this and saves all that scissor cutting time. I can't wait to get it...says it will be here by end of the month. for the batting you just use 6 1/2 inch batting squares or no batting. I am thinking that this will be a wonderful way to use left over batting.

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